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It is meant allegorically. Yet, Rav Moshe Takku believed that Hashem is corporeal, and that this midrash is literal, rather than allegorical. See here: http://www.rationalistjudaism.com/2010/01/rashi-and-rav-elyashiv.html?showComment=1265207473180#c1151988318870704459

Rav Moshe Taku was a 13th century Tosafist. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moses_Taku

kol tuv, josh

It is meant allegorically. Yet, Rav Moshe Takku believed that Hashem is corporeal, and that this midrash is literal, rather than allegorical. See here: http://www.rationalistjudaism.com/2010/01/rashi-and-rav-elyashiv.html?showComment=1265207473180#c1151988318870704459

Rav Moshe Taku was a 13th century Tosafist. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moses_Taku

kol tuv, josh

It is meant allegorically. Yet, Rav Moshe Takku believed that Hashem is corporeal, and that this midrash is literal, rather than allegorical. See here: http://www.rationalistjudaism.com/2010/01/rashi-and-rav-elyashiv.html?showComment=1265207473180#c1151988318870704459

Rav Moshe Taku was a 13th century Tosafist. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moses_Taku

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It is meant allegorically. Yet, Rav Moshe Takku believed that Hashem is corporeal, and that this midrash is literal, rather than allegorical. See here: http://www.rationalistjudaism.com/2010/01/rashi-and-rav-elyashiv.html?showComment=1265207473180#c1151988318870704459

Rav Moshe Taku was a 13th century Tosafist. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moses_Taku

kol tuv, josh